In time for Memorial Day, C. Josephson brings to us a piece of fantasy and a look at honor.
In C. Josephson’s new story, a daughter’s lifelong feelings of inadequacy finally reach a boiling point with her mother in a department store. A meditation on love and loss.
Two middle school boys follow Mr. Sprout, the local gas station worker, home from work.
A young woman working at a coffee shop has mixed feelings about a regular customer who resembles her deceased grandmother.
In preparation for Halloween, Neal Eric Yeomans brings to us a short crime story—inspired by a serial killer that terrorized a college campus in the late 1960s.
A short satire piece by Charles Baker that plays on the old saying: “Ignorance is bliss.”
“The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.” – Henry David Thoreau